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  1. Docs imply that a snapshot is a "COMPLETE" listing of "ALL" the files on a volume at the time a backup runs. Is this true? I suspect it is, ONLY if the backup selects the ENTIRE volume What if only a certain selection of data is backed up. Does the snapshot list every file on the volume, or only those in the selection? (Whether they were actually backed up or not in the matching session) EG: If I backup C:\Users, will the snapshot show files in C:\ Windows even though they would never be backed up
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